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|Biography Of Quincy Jones|
|Real Name||Quincy Jones|
|Nick Name||Quincy Delight Jones, Jr.|
|Famous as||Musician, Conductor, Producer, Arranger, Composer, Film Composer|
|Personal Life of Quincy Jones|
|Born on||14 March 1933|
|Born in||United States|
|Grouping of People||African American Men, African American Singers, College Dropouts, Humanitarian, Illuminati Members, Philanthropists|
|Family Background of Quincy Jones|
|Mother||Quincy Delight Jones, Sr.|
|Spouses/Partners||Peggy Lipton (m. 1974-1990), Ulla Andersson (m. 1967-1974), Jeri Caldwell (m. 1957-1966)|
|Children||Rashida Jones, Kidada Jones, Quincy Jones III, Kenya Julia Miambi Sarah Jones, Jolie Jones Levine, Martina Jones, Rachel Jones|
|Awards||1964 – Grammy Awards for Best Instrumental Arrangement 1970 – Grammy Awards for Best Instrumental Jazz Performance – Large Group Or Soloist With Large Group 1972 – Grammy Awards for Best Pop Instrumental Performance|
1974 – Grammy Awards for Best Instrumental Arrangement 1979 – Grammy Awards for Best Instrumental Arrangement 1981 – Grammy Awards for Best Instrumental Arrangement 1982 – Grammy Awards for Best R&B Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal 1982 – Grammy Awards for Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocal(s) 1982 – Grammy Awards for Producer Of The Year 1984 – Grammy Awards for Album Of The Year 1984 – Grammy Awards for Record Of The Year 1984 – Grammy Awards for Best Recording For Children 1984 – Grammy Awards for Producer Of The Year (Non-Classical) 1985 – Grammy Awards for Best Arrangements On An Instrumental 1986 – Grammy Awards for Album Of The Year 1986 – Grammy Awards for Record Of The Year 1990 – Grammy Awards for Album Of The Year 1990 – Grammy Awards for Best Arrangement On An Instrumental 1990 – Grammy Awards for Best Jazz Fusion Performance 1990 – Grammy Awards for Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocal(s) 1990 – Grammy Awards for Best Rap Performance By A Duo Or Group 1990 – Grammy Awards for Producer Of The Year 1994 – Grammy Awards for Best Large Jazz Ensemble Performance 2002 – Grammy Awards for Best Spoken Word Album 1989 – Special Grammy Awards-Trustees Award 1992 – Special Grammy Awards-Legend Award 1994 – Special Academy Awards for Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award
|Personal Fact of Quincy Jones|
Quincy Delight Jones, Jr., popularly known as Quincy Jones in the music industry, is a multifaceted American celebrity who has made his name as a record producer, film and television producer, composer, conductor, arranger, instrumentalist, jazz trumpeter and record company executive. His love for music was quite evident to his family since he was a young boy and it was the musician Ray Charles, who is also his teenage friend, who convinced him to explore music professionally.
Jones with his talent with trumpet and magnificent composing abilities earned himself a scholarship to Berklee College of Music, Boston, but he decided to dropout from college and pursued freelancing. After composing music for Barclay Records in Paris, he started composing music for some of the big names in the industry.
It was after he formed his own companies, Qwest Productions and Quincy Jones Entertainment that he composed and arranged for many movies, television scores and artists like Michael Jackson, Frank Sinatra, etc and became the most Grammy-nominated artist in history, with 79 nominations and 27 wins. Jones is also a philanthropist and besides giving the world its humanitarian anthem We Are The World, he has also founded charities like Quincy Jones Listen Up Foundation.
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